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Securities fraud, also known as stock fraud and investment fraud, is a practice in violation of the securities laws that induces investors to make purchase or sale decisions on the basis of untrue or misleading information, which can result in losses. Disclaimer: The information linked or otherwise contained on this facebook business page is not legal advice. You should not and may not rely on any information posted herein as legal advice.Contact with this webpage does not constitute creation of an attorney-client relationship. An attorney-client relationship will occur only after the client and the law firm sign an Agreement confirming the nature and scope of representation. Practicing law for over 40 years, representing the interests of investors in criminal and civil actions, securities fraud attorney Mark A. Tepper is in private practice in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Mr. Tepper is a graduate of the Cornell Law School and a former Assistant Attorney General and Chief Trial Counsel for the Bureau of Investor Protection and Securities for the Attorney General in New York. He has conducted training and education for NASAA and the NASD (now FINRA). He has also conducted suitability training for state securities examiners during NASAA annual Broker/Dealer Conferences. His presentation at a NASAA Enforcement Meeting in Orlando, Florida explained his study which provided some of the first evidence that arbitration can be unfair to public customers. Mr. Tepper’s study of Florida Arbitration Awards conducted was published in the PIABA Bar Journal. Mr. Tepper has shared his expertise in representing elderly investors who have been defrauded. Titled “Interviewing Elderly Investors,” his presentation was made to Florida State Securities Examiners and attorneys attending the NASAA annual Broker Dealer Training conference in Fort Lauderdale. During a NASAA Investor Education Training Seminar held in Ft. Lauderdale, Mr. Tepper shared his expertise on a panel that examined "What Today’s Investors are Facing." NASAA selected Mr. Tepper to lead its delegation to the Fifth International Symposium on Commercial Crime, in Cambridge, England which brought together prosecutors and financial fraud investigators from other countries and provided a framework for future cooperation. As a former Chairman of the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association’s NASAA Committee, Mr. Tepper participated in an arbitration forum in New York, sponsored by NASAA, where he presented evidence from a defrauded investor, illustrating how the arbitration system can fail. Mr. Tepper also served on the Board of Directors for PIABA and on numerous PIABA committees from October 2004 through October 2010. During PIABA’s Annual Conference, Mr. Tepper interviewed FINRA President Linda Feinberg and Rick Berry, Senior Vice President and Director of Case Administration and Regional Office Services, for a conference session on changes and procedures at FINRA. Mr. Tepper has been a panel moderator for PIABA on the following topics: A Primer on Securities Mediation; (PIABA 11th Annual Meeting, 2002) and on Mediation Strategy (PIABA 12th Annual Meeting 2003). He was Author and Presenter: CLE Materials: Supervision in the Securities Industry (PIABA 11th Annual Meeting, 2002) and was the panel moderator at the PIABA 14th Annual Meeting on the topic of, ‘The Hearing from the Arbitrator's Perspective’ (October 2005). Mr. Tepper also contributes his legal expertise to professional associations, local clubs and financial organizations in a continuing effort to educate on the subject of securities fraud. He makes audio-visual presentations in connection with a variety of topics concerning Securities Fraud, describing ways in which the public is cheated. He educates his audiences on how to protect themselves from fraudulent practices and how professionals can recognize fraud in client investment accounts. Mr. Tepper continues to participate as an invited Moot Court Judge at various Nova Law School moot court competitions including the annual American Bar Association's Regional Negotiation Competitions at the Shepard Broad Law Center of Nova Southeastern University, attended by 12 different law schools from the southeastern United States. Mr. Tepper has addressed the Certified Financial Planners, Gold Coast Chapter, on How to Recognize Securities Fraud and Protect Yourself; the Florida Society of Enrolled Agents and the Florida Accountants Society, Broward Chapter, on How to Detect Securities Fraud from Tax Returns; and the Broward Chapter of the Paralegal Association of Florida, where he explained how to identify Ponzi schemes and how investors are cheated. Mr. Tepper was also the featured speaker at the Estate Planning Council and the South Florida Institute of Financial Planners. He has authored numerous legal articles on securities arbitration and his legal expertise is often sought as an expert source for the media. Attorney Advertising. Prior results do not guarantee a similar future outcome.